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John Nolan

How ISO 45001 can benefit a supply chain

When ISO 45001 was published in March 2018, representatives from over 70 countries had contributed to the final draft. This means that the standard, which replaced OHSAS 18001, would become one of the most-used standards in the ISO suite. Given the worldwide nature of business today and that many businesses …

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Mark Hammar

How to define ISO 45001 objectives and plans

In any ISO 45001 system, the objectives and the plans designed to meet those objectives are critical to the success of the system’s performance. As opposed to other commonly used standards like those dealing with quality or environmental issues, the effect of these critical health & safety factors can have …

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Mark Hammar

How to perform management review in ISO 45001

As with many management systems, the ISO 45001:2018 standard recognizes the importance of having top management involved in the Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) management system. Due to this important role, the standard includes requirements for top management to review the OH&S management system to determine if there are changes …

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Mark Hammar

How to perform awareness training in ISO 45001

In ISO 45001, as with all management system standards, it is critical to ensure that your employees are trained and aware of what they need to do to support the management system. In our previous article on The importance of awareness training in ISO 45001, we discuss what needs to …

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Theodora Rondozai

How to structure ISO 45001 documentation

Many people consider documentation to be the hardest step in the process of implementing a management system such as ISO 45001 (the international standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems). The good news is that even though preparing documentation can be demanding and time-consuming, it isn’t the hardest part, …

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Theodora Rondozai

How to integrate ISO 45001 with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001

Is it possible to successfully integrate Quality, Environmental, and Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems? Once upon a time, there was a great gulf between the Quality department and the Safety, Health, and Environment (SHE) department, across which they barely interacted. The integration of the Environmental Management System (EMS) and …

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Strahinja Stojanovic

How to make the transition from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001

The long-awaited new version of ISO 45001 has finally been released, and many people are wondering about the next steps, and how to become compliant with the new version. ISO 45001:2018 brings some significant changes in concept and approach compared to OHSAS 18001, but nothing that your company can’t handle. …

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Mark Hammar

What are the new requirements for risks and opportunities according to ISO 45001?

With the release of ISO 45001:2018, there are new requirements for assessing risks and opportunities in the Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OH&SMS). So, how does this differ from the previous requirements for assessing hazards and risks in OHSAS 18001, and are these requirements still in the standard? In …

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Strahinja Stojanovic

List of mandatory documents according to ISO 45001

ISO 45001 is finally published, so the experts and the companies that are planning the transition or implementation are looking into the requirements for documented information. The new standard introduces a new approach to document and record control, which replaces the OHSAS 18001 requirements for records and procedures with new …

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John Nolan

Determining interested parties according to ISO 45001

As the premier management standard applied within businesses to promote employee safety and well-being, ISO 45001 replaces OHSAS 18001 in March 2018. Among the changes in ISO 45001 will be the requirement to determine “interested parties,” assess their needs and expectations, and decide what impact they may have on your …

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